Mumbai: A fire broke out in the sessions court building in south Mumbai's Fort today.
A massive fire broke out in Mumbai's Cinevista film studio on Saturday evening, media reports said.
News agency Press Trust of India quoted officials saying that there were no causalities or injuries reported so far.
Fire officials said around 100-150 people, said to be crew members of an ongoing shoot in the studio, were successfully evacuated from the spot. Well, the officials aren't saying anything because in Investigating is going on but a deep source is saying that the fire emerged due to short circuit from a generator in the studio. Reportedly, it was a level three fire, but now the situation is under control. At the time of the incident, two TV serials were being shot at the studio - Bepanaah (Colors TV) and Haasil (Sony Entertainment Television). At least seven fire engines and six water tankers were pressed into service to put out the flames.
Similarly, 12 people were killed on December 18 after a fire broke out at a snack shop in Mumbai's Saki Naka area.
The incident comes close on the heels of the Kamala Mills inferno which claimed 14 lives on 29 December, 2017.